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pleasanton police. >> oakland mayor is looking for federal aid while in washington this week to attend the national conference of mayors and president obama's inauguration on monday. the mayor is planning to meet with several law enforcement agencies to secure and expand federal support to oakland police and the city's crime-fighting effort and is asking governor brown to extend the assistance oakland has been getting from the highway patrol. brown said oakland has to find out what they want. some in oakland want zero police. the leadership of that city has to show the way. brown is a former mayor of oakland. >> people dining out in san francisco will be able to access a restaurant health ratings at their fingertips. the consumer review site "yelp" will post health ratings online. it is a good way to get government information to the public. abc7's reporter will have a live report next year on that partnership. >> the weather forecast, now. it sounds like a broken record, or for the young people, the cd is skipping. >> the cd is stuck. >> mike nicco, our meteorologist , will explain wh
a few, but highs look at oakland 62 and 62 in pacifica, here is sal. >>> traffic is looking well around the bay area, we are looking at 24 westbound and it looks good driving to the caldecott tunnel. 101 looks good approaching the 880 split. let's go back to the desk. >>> point information about san francisco restaurants -- important information about san francisco's restaurant here is more on the city's move to make restaurants healthy. >> reporter: starting today you will be able to figure out the public health standards and it is all part of the mayor's initiative to make government information easy to access. he hopes he will make it easily citywide. he will be at a conference where he serves as chairman and innovation. the chairman worked with the engineering team to create standards that other city sites and others can use as well. you can see how customers rate it but you can't find out how it is rated by the health department. live from san francisco, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> in overnight news, just hours ago the agency announced the boeing 747 dreamliner jets due to saf
and a few 60s and there will be a lot more today, sonoma novato, 62 for santa rosa, 54 antioch, 62 oakland and berkeley and alameda 62 and low 60s, morgan hill, cupertino, same for daily city half-moon bay and 59 in san francisco. fog will be increasing in the valley but the coast and bay will continue to warm up and it looks quiet into the weekend. >>> anybody can now own a piece of solyndra. solyndra owned more than half million and in 2011 is filed for bankruptcy. most of the equipment was auctioned off and in santa clara they scooped up many of the tube shaped modules scooped up for $10 each. >>> many have to finds ways to get to school. the union is worried drivers could lose their jobs. more than 150,000 students are affected by the strikes including 5 4,000 children with special needs. >>> gary coleman died this week in his bay area home town. >> the fact is i adopted willis and arnold. >> his name was comrade. he adopted two young african- american brothers and one of the top stars say it is one of the most heart wrenching days of his life. it was a family show that tackled social
"sports illustrated" curse? of leaving the water on... could cost the oakland unified school district an entire building. cbs 5 reporter d >>> a simple mistake of leaving the water on could cost the oakland unified school district an entire building! cbs 5 reporter da lin says it's so bad the building may have to be demolished. >> the sink in the custodian closet was running overnight for ten hours until it was discovered. >> it's a mistake. >> reporter: the mistake shut down oakland unified school district's main building for the remainder of the school- year. this century-old building might be demolished and a custodian was fired. >> if that were my house, my house would be very upset if i forgot to turn off the water and flooded it. >> reporter: the substitute custodian forgot to turn off the water. 1500 gallons damaged all four floors. >> there are some weak points in the floors and ceilings. the insulation had to be ripped out. a lot of places there's asbestos. >> reporter: instead of having all the department's located at one place, they are
temperatures this weekend and 24-hour temperature change oakland hit 62 and concord hit veteran and san francisco at 58, two degrees warmer. fremont at 61. san jose jumped five degrees up to 62. everyone is going to be in the upper 50's to low 60's but for antioch and live more at 56 degrees. mid-to-upper 60's throughout monterey bay and let to upper 60's headed inland the tonight, 20's and 30's, again, forecast for you, and mid-30's to upper 30's an the bay shore. a couple of things to think headed to the beach with temperatures in the 60's, sneaker waves tell -- possible tonight and tomorrow and then saturday and sunday afternoon with strong rip currents and more sneak waves. temperatures taper next week but it looks dry and we are in the 50's by wednesday. >> if san jose we have an an injury accident with a vehicle off the road. there could be some emergency crews blocking a lane. eastbound 4, we have road closing left lane closed until 6:00 and westbound is jamming up out of antioch and under 20 minutes to 242. northbound 242 at willow pass to concord avenue we have road work until
that the lone female defendant gave people associated with an oakland gang information that ultimately led to this home invasion and murder. 24-year-old raven dixon is behind bars. she also faces a gang enhancement. the chronicle is reports that she worked as a prostitute for kumar and passed along information about the mansion, including the lateout. coincidently, the oakland police chief said that is the same group involved in a gang war. the chronicle sources say shows people hatched a plan to invade the estate. the district attorney's office have charged three others with kumer's murder. his home was broken into last november while he and his wife were home. kumar's body was found inside but the police won't say how he was killed. the court had documents sealed because police requested it saying it would hamper the investigation. law enforcement is discussing when to reveal any more information on the case. word is that may happen soon. i spoke on the phone with dixon's attorney and he says this latest development comes as a surprise. he says his client never revealed that she had any
makovec, cbs 5. >>> a $12,000 reward is up for grabs if you know where a stolen piece of oakland's history is. here it is. the historic gold box was stolen last week. the museum's insurance company is offering a $12,000 reward for its return. the box is 7 inches high and deep and 9 inches long. it was stolen during a break-in last week. >>> well, this next story is the story we've been talking about all day long. the football player's girlfriend hoax. >> it's a strange one. it was the feel-good story of the college football season. now it's come to a very confusing end. notre dame's manti te'o dominated on the football field, just days after learning his grandmother and girlfriend died within hours of one another. turns out te'o's girlfriend never existed. now everyone wants to know, was te'o in on it or was he the victim of a terrible scam? >> i think she said something like i love you. >> reporter: it was a tragic love story that prompted a nationwide outpouring of grief for a college football star. man tie tayo's long-time girlfriend, le
larry reid. is oakland ever going to figure this out? >> to be honest with you, probably not in my lifetime. but hopefully at some point we'll figure it out. >> reporter: now, the bratton contract isn't the only point of controversy when it comes to police at city hall. a measure by two of the counsel sell members including larry reid to spend money to hire in sheriff's deputies to help with patrolling drawing opposition from of all people the police officers union, which says the money is better spent on cops already in oakland. it just goes to show, in this city, everyone has a position and rarely do they mesh together even on the most vital issues. >> what's next on this consultant issue, phil, whether it's bratton or somebody else? when will we find out who it is? >> next tuesday at the council meeting, it comes up again. it's going to promise to be an even livelier meeting if you want to call it that than the one last night and it is going to be the big question is whether they go with this or not. but that's the next one next tuesday. >>>
this plan on how to combat crime in oakland. part of the plan talks about binging a controversial figure to implement changes. >> reporter: leaders say oakland is in need of a local state of emergency. >> i am afraid as a parent, citizen and elected official. >> reporter: on any given night there are only 40 police officers working to protect the city of 400,000. >> reporter: last night the committee recommended a contract to pay $250,000 to help battle crime but stopped short of saying if willian bratton will lead the charge. >> did reserve the right to have further discussion of who the subcontractors can be. >> reporter: next week the counsel will decide on the contract and his possible future in oakland. if approved he would serve as one of three consultants. >> it would be for the chief to decide which recommendation to take and for the counsel and mayor to decide what policies to pass. >> reporter: things need to happen fast. at the end of the month the contract with chp is set to expire. they are asking the governor to allow the officers to stay a little longer. the mayor is in wa
and involved with the oakland school district and i partner with tony smith and this man brought innovation to the oakland school district which has a lot of challenges which he may go into. i won't. so i really echo what jeff said about soft or hard power but let me tell you from my standpoint. i have a nephew who was in school and was bullied and there were sexual overtones to it and the result is he left the school and i spent time working with the school and my district and it wasn't my area and educate them about what bullying meant and in the most heinous way described to them and it went no where and that gave me the lesson in life we have children that are in fear when they go to school so they don't go and my priority is to have safe schools and they can be educated and create their path to a successful future and it's a healthy environment and bullying prevents that for so many kids. when terreesa and i addressed issues around truancies and one of the common themes and i saw this before with sexually exploited cases and kids were afraid to go to school because of the terrorism
burn unit. another man treated for minor injuries. >> late today oakland police released a search of a man they're looking for. take a look at what we want to show you here. a woman says she's walking on east 12th street back in december, this man grab grabbed her from behind. he tried to pull her into a car with three other men inside shechl got way. police say to call them immediately if you recognize this man. >> a man accused of raping and robbing a woman in her apartment was arraigned today, facing nine felony counts. police say he rushed up to the victim as she entered her residence, threw her on the floor and sexual assaulted her. jones was arrested minutes later with the help of a chp helicopter. >> u.s. interior secretary announced today that he will be leaving his post this march that. can on the same day a tv station released first photos of the bathroom in the interior secretary's office. the bathroom underwent a $220,000 renovation between 2007 and 2009 when the job was under president bush. it includes a $3500 subzero refrigerator and a $690 fawcett paid for by taxpa
dolares. cesar --tenemos nueva informacion sobre el robo en el museo de oakland, la semana pasada... vo donde se robaron un alajero de oro fabricado en 1870 por "san francisco goldsmith". --la historica caja de 7 por 9 pulgadas de tamaÑo, tiene grabados algunos detalles en la moldura que costaria alrededor de 800 mil dolares. --el museo esta ofreciendo 12 mil dolares como recompensa por el regreso de esta importante pieza. blanca ---un grupo de indignados entablo una demanda judicial contra los condados de alameda y oakland por haber sido arrestados sin que se les impusieran cargos. take vo ---muchos de los arrestados el 28 de enero de 2012, permaneciero n en la carcel entre 12 y 85 horas sin haber sido acusados. ---los demandantes consideran que sus derechos constituciona les fueron irrespetados por la policia. ---la demanda pretende una compensacion economica y tambien que una corte federal prohiba a la policia de oakland y al departamento del alguacil efectuar practicas ilegales. top vo-cesar ---el ex maestro james hooker de 42 aÑos de edad, residente de modesto esta acusado
as superintendent talked about, you are doing amazing stuff in san francisco. tony smith in oakland has an initiative that is dealing with not just things like restoretive justice alone but positive behavioral interventions and supports. couple that with response to intervention, whole school reform strategies that work on transforming the way the school is functioning and in so doing making it a more positive culture for everybody. it brings in parental engagement in families and it has the very tough conversations, in the case of oakland i know for sure, around things like race with an african american male focus in that community because it's appropriate for that community, and the way all these things link together. so certainly bullying and harassment is an avenue into transforming the way schools work. just like discipline is an avenue into transforming the way schools work, as is standards and good assessments, it is how all these things fit together to ensure that students feel safe to learn but that what they are learning are the rigorous courses and skills and they are chall
and the leadership of that city has to show the way. >> oakland gets some advice from a former mayor as the city grapples again with how to respond to a spike in deadly violence. we have been here before and tonight cbs 5 reporter phil matier points out the various factions are falling into a familiar pattern that normally frankly ends in failure. phil. >> reporter: that's right. and it is going to be an interesting twist because oakland is really at a crossroads. here's the story. how many times have we seen a surge of violence in the streets of oakland followed by officials saying the violence has got to stop and then the city council meeting where the latest plan being offered is met with stiff opposition. >> let's stop it. >> reporter: this time the fight is over bringing in former new york police chief bill bratton as an advisor on reducing crime but it was his controversial use of "stop & frisk" that some say targets minorities that took center stage. bob jackson who asked the mayor for a state of emergency was one of those who sat through the barrage.
. hayward says a little bit of patchy fog and 36 degrees. offshore breeze mainly, oakland has one and one at half moon bay. inland, it's still going to stay in the 50s. some of that fog makes it tough along with the east breeze. there's a 12-degree difference between plan hill and vallejo at the same time. it gives you an idea of what's going on. 50s for some. low 60s for others. 60 novato. and then 54 antioch to 62 oakland. alameda, 60. but livermore, 55. 63 balmy degrees, milpitas, santa clara, 60. half moon bay, daly city, same think. it will be close for menlo park and redwood city and san francisco. not much of a change. but other than that, it's a dry forecast. >>> there's shock and confusion this morning at notre dame. a football star bound for the nfl says he was duped by an elaborate hoax. mike tobin is live at the fox news bureau in chicago. it's about a made-up girlfriend from stanford university. mike? >> reporter: whether it's a convoluted scam or prank or a convoluted attack on promotion, somebody is laying on the blarney. the only thing that's clear at this station of the g
with yellow stripes and says he smelled like motor oil. late today, oakland police released this sketch of a man they say tried to kidnap a woman walking on east 12th street near the bart station back in december. glad to tell you she got away. oakland police ask you you to call if you recognize this man. >>> tonight the wife of a man who died after being shot in san jose last week has come forward with police at her side to ask for the public's help in solving her husband's murder. more from news reporter karina rusk. >> reporter: the wife of san jose's first homicide victim of the year broke down in tears describing her pain and the emptiness her young daughter feels. her husband, 34-year-old ivan grew up in san jose and was a barber. on january 5 he was shot at least one near his home on tripoli avenue. his body was found the next morning. police say there is no evidence of gangs or any illegal activity and they need the public's help. but you more than that, the family is pleading for information that will solve this crime. >> it is very hard for me because i have a daughter five ye
. inside the bay looking like 60 degrees in oakland, 62 in santa rosa and about 60 in petaluma. the next couple of days mid-60s in the warmest spots. mild sunshine continuing throughout the weekend and then maybe we start to get back into some wet weather as we look toward the middle of next week but, yes, dan was cruising around looked outside saw a fireball racing across the bay area skies. so what a neat sight. the most spectacular thing he said he ever saw. >> cool. >> we missed it. >> i know. we're stuck indoors. >> thank you. >>> well, we all know california's nickname of course is the golden state but do you know which state is the granite state? >> new hampshire. the one sixth grader in the east bay knows all of them and that's because his school makes learning geography fun. that's what makes cooper elementary school cool. >>> reporter: the principal at cooper elementary says motivation is the key to her students' success. >> if they can find something that they're interested in that they can feel that they can accomplish and they can learn
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at oakland's laney college flea market. stolen computers and other items end up here for sale. >> do you know it's a felony to sell stolen merchandise? >> all i know is that i work here. >> reporter: she e-mailed the pictures to the user and demanded she return the computer. it worked. >> she said she spent the morning crying because she was so upset about it. >> reporter: the family is out the $800 they paid for that stolen computer. the gallery owner offered to pay for half because he figured they were all victims. the family thanked them and said no thank you because they figured they learned a tough lesson. police say they don't have the resources to msht monitor what goes -- to monitor what goes on in those flea markets. >>> it's boeing's most technologically advanced aircraft. but tonight too many problems have them all grounded. this is a 787 taking off from snow last week. the grounding follows a number of emergency land beings and other problems. cbs reporter randall pinkston on the issues turning the dreamliner into a bit of a nightmare. >> reporter: the faa ordered all boeing 787 d
mark. 39 in san carlos. we are warmer than yesterday in hayward and oakland coming in at 43 degrees. remember these are not your morning lows. temperatures will continue to drop as we push in closer to sunrise. but us get your head lines as we head into the afternoon expected mostly sunny, warm conditions. a good mix of fifties and sixties around the bay. into the evening hours it will make clear and not as cold as some of the previous night. >> a lot of communities by 8:00 p.m. will be in the low 50s and upper '40's. overall pleasant forecast for the next two to four hours. >> here is something we have not seen for quite some time is the fog. >> i guess you could not see anything in some spots. 5 mi. for the navato spirit for for those of you in santa rosa. >> as at all is clear. i do not expect any flight delays that-sfo is clear. >> the south bay numbers, los gatos 66. 65 in the arm and valley. it will be warm for this time of year. that dashed almedan valley. >> 57 expected in pleasanton. to the north bay a sunny day ahead of us. 61 for petaluma. downtown san francisco sitting
at 4:00 oakland museum of california is releasing a stolen last week. police say someone took off with this gold box that dates back to california's gold rush days. a $12,000 reward being offer forward return. you can call the tip line. we have that posted owe for you here. that number is also available on our web site. >> the search is on for a stranger trying to kidnap a toddler, snatching the child from her mother's arm autos the 2-year-old girl was not hurt. at tempted abduction occurred outside of the family home. the child's mother says she was holding the girl and a man approached and suddenly grabbed the child's legs. her mother was able to pull the girl free this, has other families a bit shaken. >> as a mom, freaked out. it's your kid. so that is pretty sorry. oh, my gosh. >> neighbors are talking to their children and say they >> wife of a man who died after being shot in san jose came forward today, they're asking for help in solving her husband's murder. >> happening now, police are utilizing the powerful tools they have to help find a killer. pleas from the family. t
series, and we're told they occasionally pop in over in oakland for a raider game. >> police want to you take a look at a sketch of a man wanted for trying to snatch a 3-year-old girl out of her mother's arms. here it s police say it is critical to get this man off the streets before he strikes again. the mother says the man began chet chathing with them around 5:30 last night. >> he kneeled down to talk to my 3-year-old picked her up by her ankles and started to pull her from me. her bots fell off, pants coming off. he was pulling hard. >> neighbors say they did not hear or see anything out of the ordinary police say they're canvassing the area is a follow up on every lead possible. our concern is that if he's willing to be as brazen as he was yesterday evening, who is to say he won't do this again. >> here is a look at the sketch again, police describe the man as about 20, 30 years old, five foot six with a thin build. the mother says he smelled like motor oil. >> the fbi is refusing to say why it raided a real estate office this afternoon but sky 7 was overhead. agents removed boxes a
in a daring robbery at the oakland museum of california. the museum is offering a 12- thousand dollar reward for the safe return. of this gold jewelery box. it was crafted sometime in the late 18-hundreds. kron-4's scott rates has the latest on the efforts to recover this one- of- a- kind artifact. >> new resolution pictures are showing this. >> this was a wedding gift from an early california of pioneer to his wife. >> this gold box dates back to the gold rush. there is no price tag but it is not cheap. >> we know that it is a significant value with not had it appraised in a while. >> reporter: the staffas wondering why. >> we speculate because it is it is important and the staff -- is wondering why. perhaps they were attracted because of the gold. >> reporter: they are hoping that this gold artifacts will find its way back to where it returns. >> we feel the the public feels like it has been stolen from them. we tell the story of california's history. in a sense, we are all being robbed. there is a $12,000 reward. scott rates, kron 4. >> pam: half moon bay is getting ready for one of the b
it in a big way here in the bay area thanks to the leadership in this community. yep and oakland and all over. it's just awesome and in cleveland and right now we have 13,000 students across the basin in salt lake city are seeing it, and does have impact and the impact is largely i would say it creates a sense of agreement. the biggest thing that bully does or the big service the film has is gives everyone a unified collective science of agreement to which they roll up the sleeves and get busy creating change and has been really exciting. i building we already i believe kroshed the threshold of 140,000 students nationwide and we are working to get to the million and the idea is a million is a tipping point . a million kids in america. that's like one in ten basically in public schools. that gets embedded so over time every september schools are starting with that method to have that agreement, and along the way we're also trying to deliver youth action and educate ideas and teach the schools and districts about social emotional learning because after they see the film they want to know
'8" with a pot-belly. >>> now we have a look at the historic gold box stolen from the oakland museum of california last week. the museum's insurance company is offering a $12,000 reward for its return. the box is 7" high and deep and 9" long. it was taken in the second break-in at the museum in two months. the museum has increased its security since then. >>> bay area residents are weighing in on another idea -- or an idea of another area code so get ready for 628. this would cover marin, san francisco and san mateo counties. the california puc held its first meetings yesterday for public feedback. it has two options. it can split the region so one part keeps 415 and the rest even current 415 phones would change to 628. or it can just add 628 in the 415 region. people get really possessive with their area codes, right? >> we all do. >>> a federal judge will consider whether to block the implementation of san francisco's nudity ban at a hearing today. public nudity activists are asking the judge to block the law while he considers their lawsuit
in the santa rosa, and freezing it in vallejo. for the bay shore, it definitely still cold and oakland. and a san jose. the areas of patchy frosts are expected but no frost advisories and for the afternoon temperatures are going to be warming up. 60s through san jose and the 60s in mountain view. temperatures will be slightly cooler as well. 50s through concord, livermore. for the east bay shore upper 50s for the most part. through a union city and temperatures also warming up with 56 degrees in ocean beach. a mixture of 50s & 60s for the north bay. a look a your extended forecast with chilly conditions that things are warming up and they will continue as the go for the weekend. temperatures will be in the 40's but next week we could see a breakdown of that blocking pattern. more cloud coverage and the possibility of rainfall by late next week. here.which can fire rounds surf's up this weekend off the coast of half moon bay-- as officials announce that the mavericks surf competition will begin this sunday. the contest is held a half- mile off the coast of half moon bay at the mavericks
for grabs if you know where a stolen piece of oakland art is located. it was stolen last week. the insurance company is offering a $12,000 reward for the return of the gold box. the box is 7" high and deep, and 9" long. it was taken in the second break-in at the museum in just two months. the museum has increased its security. >>> the bay area is on the verge of getting another area code. options are being considered on how to deal with fewer available numbers in marin, san francisco, and san mateo counties. so get ready for 628. the california puc held its first public meetings yesterday and some long-time san franciscans say they prefer to hang up on the idea of changing their number. >> nobody wants to dial more numbers. nobody -- they want to keep their number the same. if you make a mistake you have to dial the first number and then the next number and so forth and you have so many numbers that you have to dial, it's confusing. >> get attached to those numbers. the public can comment at two meetings today at san rafael city council
agreement. bay area mayors as well. the chief of oakland says one of her key missions will be talking to law enforcement experts about crime fighting tactics. oakland's public safety committee recommended against bringing in well-known policing expert bill bradley. >>> a charge of car theft doesn't usually prompt a request to move a trial but when the car in question is a $200,000 lamborghini belonging to the top chef, that changes things. trying to move the trial saying the theft of the high-profile car has drawn such intense publicity he can't find an impartial jury. he is accused of firing a gun at a teenaged couple. the bullets missed them but they were hit by broken glass. the attorney also wants that case tried separately in that car. >> surf is up sunday at mavericks. organizers of the surf contest made the call today. looking at chomer video of the surf break with about a half mile off the coast of half moon bay. contest worthy right now but the man who discovered the massive waves says those big waves will be arriving all weekend and the c contest is a go. live with some very bad du
donald of oakland is scrambling to find affordable airfare so she can fly out. >> this time, it's less of a euphoric experience. now, i think we're a little bit older and wiser, in a sense. we've been bruised, and battered a little bit. >> reporter: a second term, she says is time to get the work done. >> i see these events, very sober events. this is history in the making. and this is a great opportunity for all of us to have a second term with the president that we love to try and get things right. >> reporter: both women tell me, they're thrilled to see the president take the oath again. they say they're looking forward to do more work to help carry out the president's vision. >>> more details now. the president's second term begins on january 20 as mandated by a constitutional amendment. only a private swearing in is scheduled for that day. at monday's public ceremony, john roberts will administer the oath of office, but that traditional ceremony is at the capitol. it's only purely for show. tori campbell will be in washington, d.c., bringing us live reports beginning sunday on mornings on 2. >>
, and oakland is five degrees warmer than average at 62. antioch and livermore at 56. we will be at 62 in san jose. the temperatures to the south are mid-to-upper 70's in monterey bay and low-to-upper 60's inland. a few 20 inland but a lot of low 30's to upper 30's tonight and mid-40's in san francisco and the coast. tomorrow through saturday morning, sneaker waves so we have a beach hazard up and down the coastline. the surf is more dangerous saturday night at, rather, saturday morning at 10:00 to 4:00 as the swells are up to 20' with a dangerous rip current and large waves. be careful at the beach because i know you want to enjoy the 60's in the sunshine this weekend. next week we cool by wednesday and still dry all seven days. >> the east shore freeway commute as you move from richmond beyond the golden gate fields university island, it is real slushing, bumper to bumper, and here is how the bay bridge toll plaza looks, metering lights were turned on with a stalled pickup for over 30 minutes and that has been cleared but the damage has been done and heavy on the upper deck and the car pool
hospital in fremont are cutting hundreds of jobs. administrators told the oakland tribune they have no choice but to eliminate 200 full-time positions. but can the hospital legally do this? washington hospital gets property tax funds through voter-approved bonds, so it must follow the same public meeting laws as the city council. instead, leaders reportedly discussed the cuts behind closed doors without any public notice and did not hold a vote. when asked about the legality of this issue, a lawyer for the hospital told the tribune that public notice was not required. >>> researchers have an answer for pregnant women worried that getting the flu vaccine could put their babies at risk. it won't. it turns out the most dangerous course of action is not getting the flu shot. the study looked at more than 117,000 pregnancies in norway. it found that women who caught the flu while pregnant had almost twice the chance of miscarriage. even if women got the flu after getting vaccinated, they were much less likely to miscarry. >>> the big question, what will you be watching this sunday, the 4
but more of an easterly breeze right there in oakland and that's an east win, that is a down slope and a warmer pattern but that fog can be tough to burn off, so fog sun wild for a -- mild for a few and killly and -- chilly and damp for others. and 69 in san rafael and 60 in afternoon bay, gilroy 62 and fog will be increasing to the east and north bay but also the coast looks sunny and mild and warm. >>> well the story of oscar grant is one of them and it is set to take the spotlight at the sun dance film festival. >>> see how discuss company is coming to the rescue of some of his favorite animals. [ crickets chirping ] [ traffic passing ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ] new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degre
the east bay look for highs of 60 at berkeley and 62 at oakland and 61 at fremont. it is a little cooler, but milder than today. highs in the upper 50s. 58 at dublin and walnut creek. here is a look at the seven-day forecast. by friday we will see inland highs in the low 60s and also low 60s on the coast and mid60s around the bay. that pattern will hold through sunday, and then we will get gradually cooler weather monday, tuesday and wednesday. we have a string of lovely days coming our way. as the daytime weather gets warmer, the nighttime will become less cold. >> thank you, spencer. >> we'll take it. >>> time now for sports. >> larry beil is here now and warriors in town. >> sellout crowd. did not get to see what they wanted though. unless you are a lebron james fan. champs come to citadel. lebron james o >>> good evening. the defending champions from miami came to town. the warriors without curry who eke tweaked his ankle at practice. it is not serious. it was a record-setting night for lebron james. the warriors missed him badly. he started the game off nicely and corner of three. a
. called the police it's not clear if the particular children or if >> oakland police have released this sketch of a suspect involved in an attempted kidnapping of a 25-year-old-woman. the victim was walking near the fruitvale bart station when police say a stranger grabbed her-- and tried to force her into a nearby car. but the victim managed to escape. she reported seeing at least two to three african- american males inside thethe suspect is described to be in his early 20's standing between 5-foot six to 5-foot eight inches tall. >> new at 11. the contra costa county health district is investigating a possible norovirus outbreak in at least two schools in lafayette. kron four's jeff bush explains how many students were affected and what the district is doing to address the issue. school officials notified that students here at the burton valley elementary school might have been in contact with the norovirus. this all comes after fridaythere was a higher than normal number of students who called in sick. at least 100 students were school and another school in the district. as you
the east look for highs of 60 at berkeley and 62 at oakland and 61 at fremont. it is a little it is a , but milder than today. highs in the upper 50s. 58 at dublin and walnut creek. here is a look at the seven-day forecast. by friday we will see inland highs in the low 60s and also low 60s on the coast and mid60s around the bay. that pattern will hold through we cooler weatherl get monday, tuesday and wednesday. we have a string of lovely days coming our way. as the daytime weather gets warmer, the nighttime will become less cold. >> thank you, spencer. >> we'll take it. >>> time now for sports. >> larry beil is here now and warriors in town. >> sellout crowd. did not get to see what they wanted though. unless you are a lebron james fan. champs come to citadel. lebron james o [ fingers tapping ] [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! the defending champions from miami came to town. the warriors without curry
a real estate attorney for the last 15 years here san francisco and for a few years in oakland. for the last 12 years i have worked primarily as a real estate broker. i have quite a bit of experience with the appraisal process. i am a homeowner here in san francisco. that is in true; i have been a renter for the last two months; for the previous 15 years, an owner of single-family homes and a few condos and also the landlord. i understand all of those perspectives. i also was the president and secretary depending on the year of homeowners associations; i have been and adjunct professor; work with the san francisco ethics boards of the san francisco association of realtors. i have sat on the san francisco association of realtors arbitration board. i have chaired the forms committee for the san francisco association of realtors, the education committee and on the california association of realtors form and education committees. i work with vanguard properties, risk assessment. i reviewed the files. i have a special hand as assistant legal counsel, i have a special interest in
on february 1, and our hearing is scheduled for tuesday, february 12, 2:00 in federal court in oakland. >> thank you. these are entirely issues that are legal issues that are apart from our actions here, this part of city agencies, and therefore there is no reason we can't continue with the approval or whatever action we may take of any subsequent project at this site. >> city attorney: the litigation that i -- what the court -- what the california court of appeal decided in december 2012, and what the federal court will decide some time either on the 19th of february or shortly after, are the proprietary of the decisions in 2010. so not -- neither the state court or the federal court cases proposed project that might be coming in front of the commission in the future. >> commissioner antonini: right. so those are on past actions that occurred in 2012 but there is no litigation involving any of the actions in mid-2010, mid-2012 is not under these actions or any of the actions we're working on now. >> city attorney: right. i'll remind the commission that they -- that there was a certifi
. they paid $800 for the computer at oakland's lady college flea market. a recent cbs 5 investigation, showed how things end up here for sale. >> do you know what the felony to sell stolen merchandise? >> reporter: she e-mailed the pictures to the user and demanded she return the computer it worked. >> she said she spent the morning crying because she was so upset. >> reporter: the family is out the $800 they paid for that stolen computer gallery owner here offered to pay half saying all of them are victims but the family said no thank you we learned a tough lesson if it sounded too good to be true it was. police say they just don't have the resources to monitor what goes on at these flee markets. in san francisco, linda yee. >>> a mom held on to her 2-year- old daughter for dear life to stop a kidnap fresh running off with her. tonight that man is still on the loose. a look at this guy kiet. >> reporter: he looked just like how you would think someone would look, suspicious the mom tells police, that the way he was acting around her young children
. >> this morning we have high resolution photos of the historic artifact that was stolen in a robbery at oakland museum of california. this bold jewelery box was crafted sometime in the late 1800's. it was stolen on january the ninth. it was initially a wedding gift from an early california pioneer to his wife. bart effect is estimated to cost about $800,000. there is a $12,000 reward for any information that may leads police back to the box. >> new this morning, and the international olympic committee had stripped last armstrong of his bonds metal from the 2000 sydney olympics because of his involvement and doping. two officials say that i old seat sent a letter to armstrong on the last night asking him to return the metal. the move came after the i o c was notified by cycling and governing bodies that armstrong had not appealed the decision to disqualify him. ong's admitted during an interview with oprah winfrey if that he had used performance enhancing drugs to help him win seven tour de france titles all of which has been stripped. the interview airs tonight on one freeze zero w and network.
or this was a random act. oakland police and released a sketch of a become suspect and all the and attempted kidnapping of a 25 year-old woman. the victim was walking near the fruit belt bart station when police say a stranger grabbed her and tried to force her into a nearby car. the victim managed to escape and reported seeing at least two to three african-american males inside the waiting car. the suspect is described as being as early 20s and standing 57 tall. san jose police asking for the public's help in solving the city's first homicide of the year. it happened january fed on tripoli ave. little evidence is leaving little for police to go on. there are no suspects and no motive has been identified. the victim is identified as their year-old e-von segura. he worked as a barber at as family and white say he did not have any enemies. >> accounting is of the 49ers are gearing up to the is the atlanta falcons this sunday and the last hurdle on the road to the super bowl. i was as a bit excited all week in stores have been struggling to keep the no. 7 jersey on the shelves. a season ago the niners bea
, 880 a little slow and go from hayward towards downtown oakland. >>> lots of sunshine around the bay area today clear all the way to the coastline a little hazy in spots and again those temperatures getting chilly. seeing a little breeze blowing out there we're seeing some temperatures moderate approaching the coastline. numbers though yeah, down to the freezing mark in fare field at 27. 27 in santa rosa. 35 degrees in san jose. 40s into san francisco. 50s and mid-60s this afternoon. sign of warmer weather over the next few days through the weekend. >>> good morning, everybody. it is 8:00 a.m. welcome back to "cbs this morning." notre dame says football star man taiti te'o is the victim of a hoax after learning his online girlfriend who inspired him is not a real person. te'o calls it a sick joke. some of the v.i.p. hotel packages for the inauguration are pretty hard to believe. what can you get for a very high price? we'll show you. but first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >>> the algerian operations had started to retake the faci
. >>> the oakland museum of california has released a photo of a treasured item that was stole then month. look, the museum sent this picture of the gold box from the 1870s. the inside of the id features images of california. remember we first told you about this last week. the box is part of a gold rush exhibit . officials suspect the suspect that stole it also broke into the museum last november and stole other gold items. the museum is offering a $12,000 reward for the return of that box. >>> the attorney for a san rafael teenager says his client can't get a fair trial in marin because of media coverage. max wade is awaiting trial for shooting at a teenage couple and stealing a celebrity chef's lamborghini. wade's attorney is arguing that he can't get an impartial jury and wants the trial moved elsewhere. >>> new at 7, a major make-over for san francisco's great highway. construction begins this week. live in the city with the repaving and landscaping project and how will it change. jana. >> reporter: gasia, right now there really aren't any bicycle lanes, no greenery on the great highway,
courts in san francisco and oakland and other places. i have known gary for a long time. i am here really to address two issues that were raised by the appellant that i have noticed in my review of the documents. the notice provision, because that seems to be one. and the distinguish between 300' walking distance versus 300' radius and i believe that the appellant really confuses those two ris issues. with regard to notice, expresso subito used radio services, i believe is the same service used by department of public works and a lot of city services in determining how notice was provided. it is granted that apparently there were a couple of stores in a couple of locations that were not noticed in the original notice and i think part of the confusion was the front street versus california street address. and i believe it was royal exchange and potentially coffee close, et cetera. those two may not have gotten the original notice. however, the issue about notice and due process and as i face all the time in federal court, is whether the individuals that did not get original notice were ha
trust west in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get to say something. i get to say something. as everyone in this room knows, youngest mayor in 100 years, right?
another one over there, tony smith from oakland, the sort of heroes that are deeply trying to transform their communities and recognize that this is also a community issue, that it is not just a school issue. >> tom, why don't we have a federal definition? >> well, we're working on it. i mean, i think there's a, when we had the white house conference there was a conversation about what is the federal role and there continues to be i think a robust debate in this country about whether education issues are local issues, whether they are federal issues, and what should be done. and there are a number of people --. >> tom, let me jump in. bullying is hardly unique to school day. >> uh-huh. >> so why in the broadier sense is there not a federal definition of bullying that transcends local jurisdiction on schools? meaning, we know what bullying is when we see it. everyone may have a variation, about why isn't there a broad definition? >> certainly in the south philly case, a number of those kids were dealt with in the local criminal justice system because they committed an assault, a prett
-30's around the bay shore and mid-40's around oakland and san francisco. today is "spare the air" with sunshine and a lot of us getting to 60. >> good morning, everyone. good news from fremont where we had a head on collision at the mission street off-ramp southbound 880 which has been cleared. the roadway is wide open southbound 880 at mission. we have road work eastbound four left lane is blocked until 6:00 a.m. westbound is good with the commute direction from antioch no delays moving to pittsburg. road work south 101 at the seminary exit, just beyond that exit, through mill valley until 6:00. kristen and eric? >> developing news for a second day, a flight between tokyo and silicon valley is canceled as the grounding of the boeing 787 dreamliner expands around the world. we are live in san jose airport with the latest move against the problem-plagued dreamliner. >> good morning. if you have plans to catch the flight from san jose for japan tomorrow, it is not happening. the airlines will rebook you through san francisco. be sure to check with the airline. the dreamliners are s
in oakland and san >>> see her right there. she used to work in adult films. and she changed her life, and wanted to be a teacher. but when the school district found out about her former life, they fired her. she's fighting to get her job back and said the changes she made in her life should send a positive message to her kids. we're going to have that story this morning. >> good teachers are wonderful to have in classrooms. >>> also ahead, the explosive new book about scientology. the church noted for celebrity members like tom cruise, is of course, fighting back. we'll take an inside look at what's inside the book and what has the church up in arms. >>> and supermodel wars. why this victoria's secret model is at the center of a multimillion lawsuit right now. >>> let's get to the latest own the jodi arias trial. explosive details yesterday, including the revelation she may have lied to her own diary. abc's ryan owens has that from phoenix. >> i know i didn't take travis' life. >> reporter: jodi arias lied to police. but was she also deceiving herself? this morning, a never-before-se
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